Area Coordinator

The Area Coordinator is responsible for the implementation of the Department of Residential Life goals.

The current salary range for this position is set at $49,008 annually, with a complete benefits package. This is a 12-month position (renewable up to three years)

Overview of the position:

  • Providing management of their village
  • Providing personal and academic support for up to 650 residents
  • Selecting, training and supervising student staff
  • Planning and implementing community development activities
  • Providing academic transition information and assistance to residents
  • Working with faculty and staff involved in living/learning communities
  • Adjudicating student conduct, up to termination of license agreement
  • Advising village council
  • Chairing and serving on departmental committees

Professional Development

  • Professional development is encouraged and expected through words, actions, and resources
  • Area Coordinator can apply to teach and academically advise students in freshman transition courses as well as the University 238 Leadership Program
  • Chair department initiative/focus area committee and serve as the department representative in University wide conversations, committee membership, and planning groups in assessment, sustainability, social justice, training and development, alcohol and drug education, hall governance and academic initiatives

Perks of the Job

  • A furnished apartment (2-4 bedroom), complete with full-size kitchen, dishwasher, microwave, and washer and dryer
  • Partners and families are welcomed with open arms
  • Meal stipend
  • Collaborate and work with faculty in our academic and themed communities
  • Professional development funds are available for Area Coordinator to apply for throughout the year

What we Are looking for

  • A commitment to creating a socially just and sustainable residential community
  • Strong leaders and supervisors who care about students and have a vision
  • Staff who exhibit a genuine enthusiasm for their work
  • Leadership that shows willingness to change
  • Working deliberately to create staff ownership
  • Ability to work autonomously